statement and the man is a very good communicator in some ways but somebody gave him really bad advice. he should never, ever have stood up and said if you like wrr insurance policy, you matter what, you can keep it, everything will be just groovy. he should have said, if you have a good insurance policy, meets the standards we want to be met, therefore it will stay in place, if your employer cooperates the way he hopes you will, then you will get to keep your insurance plan. that would have been much more realistic, and it actually would have been better because we would have said, then let's celebrate, for example, this woman in missouri, i think it was, who had the $10,000 plan. we should be celebrating that she doesn't have that insurance plan anymore. we should be celebrating the plans from the bad insurance companies that as soon as you had a health claim canceled your plan because heaven knows they only wanted to sign up healthy people.